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you reach 200. it's history in real-time, full of plans that backfired, schemes spoiled by chance. outliars who change everything, and happy endings that turn out no to be too happy after all. the size of ecstatic nation include white heat, the friendship of emily dickenson, and thomas wentworth hissenson, hawthorne, a life. she is a regular contributor to the new york times book review and the nations and editor of the select poetry of americans project project. in 2009 she received a push cart prize, a guggenheim fellowship, a fellowship from the american council of learned societies and two national endowment for the humanities fellowships among others. last year she was elected a fellow of the american academy of arts and sciences. a former director of the leon leavy center for buying agraph in new york. she teaches in the msa programs of the new school glover columbia university school of the arts and has taught sarah lawrence college and union college in new yorkie she was washington irving professor of modern literary. please welcome brenda wineapple and nathaniel philbrick
in realtime putting them in direct competition. aer from jay carney read as surely as if they were placing a hand over a journalist camera lens, officials are blocking the public from having ann independent view. the picture on the left is from the white house cress corps. on the right is the official white house photo. this past august, they got a seat in front of the code yum for thea anniversary of the march on washington. they got the behind the scenes picture on the right. these are individuals from the president's visit to nelson mandela's cell. this picture of the president's visit to camp pentleton, he got pushed back and got a more intimate picture. here's the president speaking henry ford museum and sitting in the bus where rosa porks refuses to give up her seat. joining me now is associated press photographer and a member of the press corps. a white house photographer and a contributor to "time" magazine. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> you are not alone here. charlie, i look at the photos and the public might say so what. the white house does some photos and you are in
earnings plays... th recently gapped up. [ male announcer ] now the world is your trading floor. get real-time market scanning wherever you are with the mobile trader app. from td ameritrade. cheryl: here's question for you, which came first the chicken or the egg? that question may be a thing of the past thanks to our next guest who thinks his company could render chicken eggs obsolete all together. josh tetrick, hampton creek foods founder. i got to tell you, you were featured in a "mother jones" article about plant-based eggs. that is what you're. making eggs that don't suck. it is about the taste and flavor. how do you respond to the questions? you get this all the time. >> it is about taste and flavor and making sure it is less expensive too, right? so 1.8 trillion eggs are laid every year around the world and 99% come from place that is are both rising in prices and place that is i think we think are ripe for disruption. we don't always have to go about doing the same thing we've always done of the we can do something a little bit different and whether it's mayo or cookie dough or even a
about nuclear enrichment here. if it's happening in realtime and you have a five and a half month window, i think that's a fair amount to give him. that would be my argument. >> in the meantime sam talks about knee jerk conservative hawks, this is going to be spun as anything these days is spun as president obama, weakness of leadership, whether we actually are, facts frequently don't come into this. the view from capitol hill in terms of the right, folks much more skeptical any possible deal with iran, do they let up in their scepticism and say this actually seems like a good bargain. >> the difference is imposing further sanctions is a really bipartisan issue and has been for the last couple of years. passed by a really wide margin in the house. so i think what menendez is trying to do and trying to argue is that if we impose further sanctions, we can work into sanctions bill room for a deal. that's where he is and what he's arguing. >> makes sense. any bill that emerges from a democratic senate will have to take that consideration. you can't undermine foreign policy. it will give obam
. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald >>> andy lopez is the santa rosa teen shot and killed by a sheriff deputy last month when a deputy mistook his fake gun for a real one. how his community hopes to memorialize them. >> they weren't drag raising. >> mourners are gathering at the site of the fiery car crash that killed actor paul walker over the weekend. what the autopsy results could tell us. >> starting with showers this morning but some freezing temperatures are on the way. we'll tell you about it coming up. >> we have snowy roads this morning in the sierra. chp issued their chain requirements on highways 50, 88 and 89 and we have wind advisories closer to home. much more on the morning commute coming up. >>> thank you. good morning, everyone. it's tuesday, december 3. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time n 6:31. homeless in santa clara county ride a bus the only vta line that runs 24 hours a day. kiet do road the bus that many call hotel 22 and kiet, you rode it overnight. >> reporter: yeah. for a couple of bucks you can get a safe warm dry plac
this morning." captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com >> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald . >>> good morning. fuse, december 3. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. tuesday december 3. time now 5:59. developing now, a massive fire tore through a five-story brick building in boston this morning. within minutes, it raged out of control and jumped to eight alarms. windows on the first three floors were blown out and firefighters were ordered not to go into the building. firefighters had it under control in about an hour. the building was under renovation and everyone inside got out safely. >>> cold weather shelters open up just in the nick of time here in the south bay. we have a live report coming up. >>> and the search continues in idaho this morning for a plane carrying a san jose family. the plane was lost 36 hours ago. mark kelly following the developing story joins us from the family's home in san jose with the very latest now on the search. mark. >> reporter: well, frank, as the search resumes this morning, neighbors here in this san jose c
gapped up. [ male announcer ] now the world is your trading floor. get real-time market scanning wherever you are with the mobile trader app. from td ameritrade. adam: i am adam shapiro. mary jo white says she expects the commission to approve the volcker rule which will prohibit banks from proprietary trading in a closed-door meeting next week. that will will limit a bank's ability to invest in private equity funds and hedge funds. twitter him its first female board member, former ceo of christian publishing education company has been elected to the twitter board of directors, she left the 12 year stint on the board in april. fast-food workers in 100 cities across the country have walked off the job. that strike is part of labor group campaign that demand wages be raised above $15 an hour and for the right to organize. that is delayed as from the fox business network giving you the power to prosper. >> the year ago today prohibition, the ban on the sale of production of alcohol was repealed. >> new york celebrate for the first time since that bleak january morning when the great drought,
delivery model that use effective provider incentives, real-time clinical information and care coordination capabilities to improve quality and lower costs. in my opinion, federal policy should be supporting and not discouraging more medicare patients to enroll in m.a. their health outcomes and the entire u.s. health care system are likely to be better as a result. thank you for inviting me to speak. i look forward to answering your questions. >> the chair thanks the gentleman. that concludes the summaries. before we go to questioning i would like to ask consent to submit for the record a letter from the 60 plus association. without objections ordered. i will now begin the questioning, recognize myself for five minutes for that purpose. mr. holtz-eakin, since passage of the president's health care plan, millions of americans and their families have received insurance cancellation notices. do you think medicare advantage maybe obama cares next victim? and if so, what might beneficiaries in pennsylvania expect over the coming years in terms of plan choices, costs, forgone benefit offerings an
in real-time. so it's a really exciting conversation that wasn't possible ten years ago. >> you can be involved even though you think your members of congress are being what was your word -- >> a tool. >> then you can get around that by being part of the conversation and taking much more initiative. >> jake, could you not put on the tie and chris you could have come in with -- made us work harder. >> it's blue and red. >> chris and jake, thanks very much for coming in both of you. on tomorrow's show, "vanity fair" editor in chief graydon carter joins us. and will farrell's latest stop on the anchorman promo tour takes him to the college campus. that's next when "morning joe" comes back. as your life changes, fidelity is there for your personal economy, helping you readjust along the way, refocus as careers change and kids head off to college, and revisit your investments as retirement gets closer. wherever you are today, fidelity's guidance can help you fine-tune your personal economy. start today with a free one-on-one review of your retirement plan. to help secure retirements and
platform for the continuous real-time policy input to drive intelligent priorities and refine the impact. coming in the wake of the iraq task force that was controversial in terms of its performance in the first gulf war actually was asking for a level of collaboration across the agencies unprecedented in the history of intelligence. i think a lot of the credit goes to the policy folks that work with us but that level of cooperation was achieved. the relationships of the policymakers remained strong and i watch this every day. even with a disagreement on important issues ike in 1995 and other issues that came up because people were ready to collaborate. the early investment in collaboration on the part of the policymakers of the clinton administration and the intelligence community paid off in the resolution of minor difficulties before they could become big problems. the btf as i look back on it now and is evident and no other documents are intended to make policymakers options and reduce the uncertainty they faced in making decisions. the btf, i'm proud to say, saw itself as an interva
, in realtime, what now happens to those retailers? how behavior terms do they change what they're doing and degree of markdowns and the landscape, the patterns of those patterns moving forward? >> we are seeing it on the fly today. for example, if you walked into a store to see 40 off and on top of it additional 15% off today only and seeing starting this morning was an addition allayer of promotions that obviously is manager you don't want to see and retailers are acknowledging that tough holiday weekend and responding with more and more promotions. >> laura, you say the high end is still where you want to be but is there a good way to -- i mean, i'm looking at a list of retailers and it's like they were scattered into the winners and losers buckets. how do you screen for who did well over the course of the given weekend? >> sure. i don't think you can necessarily look at how stocks reacting today. we would not want to own the monthly reporters going into thursday. that's gap and l brands but wait for the dust to settle. november was a lot fewer shopping days this year versus last year
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